‘Fat-burning’ supplement, OxyElite Pro, linked to liver failure

As reported by the USA Today (10/8 Weise), Wall Street Journal (10/9 Burton) and Reuters (10/9 Clarke), the U.S. Food and Drug Administration is investigating 29 cases of hepatitis linked to the ‘fat-burning’ supplement, OxyElite Pro, that possibly led to two liver transplants and one death.  At least eleven patients have been hospitalized.

Health officials are advising consumers to stop using the product.

OxyElite Pro  is distributed by USPLabs LLC of Dallas, Texas and sold throughout the United States via the Internet and retail stores.

The Kansas City (MO) Star (10/8, Kelleher) and the Honolulu Star-Advertiser (10/9, Zoellick, Kakesako) have also reported on the story.

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  1. I’ve taken oxy elite pro for the past 2 years and developed hepatitis b. It came out of nowhere and the only thing that makes sense is the oxy elite. I have proof of purchase with my gnc card. I’m also pregnant and would like to get professional guidance. Pls contact me

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      Kimberly-please check your email we would like to discuss this further with you. Thank you for reaching out to ZKB.

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